Miami emcee, Jigg, drops the official video for "Mad At Me" produced by Chase N. Cashe, off the duo's forthcoming joint EP "30504". The video was directed by ThankYouCJ of 3NDV/007 Films.
Brooklyns own Abso The Great is back today with a brand new visual for his 'Ice Cream' freestyle he dropped last week. Abso The Great pays homage to the legend Raekwon as this is originally his record. Expect more freestyles and visuals to come from Abso as he will continue his 'IceChiniWhatSeries' over the next couple of months.
So I'm continuing the Arrival 3 featured artists introductions, and up next is Mantiz.
Location: South Carolina
Style: clever, diverse and story-telling
Mantiz is an artist who can damn near do everything, from singing, to producing, to engineering, to rapping. His delivery is very diverse; he'll have you thinking, grooving and twerking all within a few songs. He's extremely talented, and rare amongst the gazillion rappers out here. Check out his visual below for "Black Knight".
Labelmates Rich The Kid and Migos link up once again for another one titled "Goin Crazy", produced by KE On The Track. This will be featured on QC's upcoming compilation Quality Control 2: Quality Over Quality (coming soon), and Rich the Kid's upcoming mixtape Feels Good 2 Be Rich" dropping on August 14th.
Today is KD's birthday, and he wanted to share a new record with us. So this one's called "Feels So Good" and its featured on his latest project, "Diary Of A Trill Nigga" (Deluxe Edition) available now on iTunes.
Young Dolph releases a new visual today for his track "Why Not", produced by Metro Boomin. This is featured on his latest mixtape, "High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster)" available now for download.
Dallas rapper Big Hud drops a new exclusive track, "Straight Up Out The Mud", off his upcoming OYBA mixtape hosted by Atlanta's DJ Holiday and slated for an August 12th release via datpiff.com. The street tune features one of the hottest rising stars from Houston, Boston George.
Here's a new visual from Freddie Gibbs and Madlib for their track "Harolds", I'm assuming named after the chicken joint. The track is featured on their collaborative project, "Pinata" out now.
Brooklyn newcomer NUFF$AID releases some new music titled "Sorry For The Wait". This serves as the first release off of his upcoming EP, "Thou Art H.A.T.E.R" dropping later this year.
Jeremih has been on a roll lately with his new hit single (can't remember the name of it right now) and today he gives us his new EP, "N.O.M.A." which stands for Not On My Album. So as the title says, he gives us 7 new tracks that won't be included on his forthcoming album dropping later this year.